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Rx 6700 xt vs Rx 7600 vs Rx 3060 ti

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So I am building a new PC and I have a tight budget and as I was looking for a gpu a came across 3 deals that were very good.

1) New Rx 7600 for 255€

2) Used Rx 6700xt for 250€

3) Used Rx 3060 ti for 250€

So I am very interested in the new Rx 7600 because I am kinda scared of the used gpus but the Rx 6700 xt is the most powerful by far gpu out of them and has 12gb of vram instead of 8gb

Which one should I consider buying?

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All of these seem like reasonable options.

 

The 6700XT and 3060 Ti are neck and neck in terms of performance, with the VRAM advantage going to the 6700XT and a feature advantage going to the 3060 Ti with DLSS and better RT performance. They are about 10-15% faster than the RX 7600.

 

The RX 7600 really only has the advantage of an AV1 encoder and the fact that it's new, rather than used. To me, a new card is worth a slight premium, so you could justify taking a slight performance hit to get a new, current gen card.

 

That said, the 12GB on the 6700XT are sure to help it age better. And the 3060 Ti gives you access to RTX and DLSS features.

 

I can see why you're having a hard time with this - it's a tough call.

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37 minutes ago, YoungBlade said:

All of these seem like reasonable options.

 

The 6700XT and 3060 Ti are neck and neck in terms of performance, with the VRAM advantage going to the 6700XT and a feature advantage going to the 3060 Ti with DLSS and better RT performance. They are about 10-15% faster than the RX 7600.

 

The RX 7600 really only has the advantage of an AV1 encoder and the fact that it's new, rather than used. To me, a new card is worth a slight premium, so you could justify taking a slight performance hit to get a new, current gen card.

 

That said, the 12GB on the 6700XT are sure to help it age better. And the 3060 Ti gives you access to RTX and DLSS features.

 

I can see why you're having a hard time with this - it's a tough call.

Yeah I am having a hard time deciding but I don't think I will be needing dlss as I have a 1080p monitor and I plan to game at 1440p a little on my tv so I don't need more than 60 fps 

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